Most people enjoy a warmer-than-usual winter.
But, Georgia peach farmers do not.
Georgia's peach crops need about 1,000 hours of temperatures below 45 degrees...between November and mid-February.
They're called "chill hours."
"The trees need to lay dormant for a certain period of time and the buds really need that chill accumulation to be able to set a crop and create a peach,” said Lee Dickey, a peach farmer in Crawford County.
Last year Georgia had only about 750 chill hours and the crops were down about 20 percent.